On the footsteps of life of Ceasar Ritz
Small but fine, the Bodmer suspension bridge leads over the wild Aegina in the footsteps of the former Ulrichen mule yard in the direction of Griespass.
I wonder how the muleteers with their heavily loaded mules managed to cross the Aegina? On the way from Ulrichen to Ladstafel, Nufenen- or Griesspass nestled in the wild and romantic nature of the Aegina Valley, hikers today find the small but fine suspension bridge for easy crossing of the river. From here, the valley widens and the view opens up into the impressive valley basin, which is crowned by the huge wind turbines of Europe's highest wind farm. The magnificent stone bridge at “Ladstafel” was built in 1761. For the way back we recommend the courses of PostAuto.
- Suspension bridge Bodmer-Brücke
- Old stone bridge near Ladstafel
- Wind park Griespass: The highest wind power plant in Europe
Getting thereRoute to Ulrichen, train station
Public parking at Ulrichen, railway station
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